In this week’s roundup, we delve into the most intriguing product placements spotted in recently released movies and TV shows, based on insights from, the largest database and brand tracking service for product placement in films and television. From luxury cars to nostalgic snacks, these placements not only added a touch of realism to the scenes but also effectively showcased the brands.
Utz Cheese Balls Crunch into ‘Magnum P.I.’
Episode 17 of “Magnum P.I.” Season 5 featured a delightful snack moment with Bobby Lee’s character, Jin Jeong, munching on Utz Cheese Balls.
Sweet Nostalgia with Hostess Twinkies in ‘Julia’
David Hyde Pierce, portraying Paul Child in “Julia,” brought back a wave of nostalgia by holding Hostess Twinkies.
Starbucks Sips into ‘Leave the World Behind’
Julia Roberts, playing Amanda Sandford in “Leave the World Behind,” was seen enjoying Starbucks Coffee. This placement effectively aligned with the character’s modern lifestyle and the brand’s widespread popularity.
Abita Beer Flows in ‘Fast Charlie’
“Fast Charlie” featured various Abita beer bottles enjoyed by main characters Charlie Swift (Pierce Brosnan) and Marcie Kramer (Morena Baccarin), as well as others in different scenes.
Snyder’s of Hanover Pretzels Twist into ‘A Christmas Serenade’
“A Christmas Serenade” included several scenes with Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels, marking a blatant but effective product placement.
Stetson Hat: A Stylish Touch in ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’
Leonardo DiCaprio, as Ernest Burkhart in “Killers of the Flower Moon,” was not just seen wearing a Stetson hat but also holding a box with the Stetson brand logo. This placement highlighted the brand’s iconic status and aligned seamlessly with the film’s historical setting.
In conclusion, these examples of product placement demonstrate the powerful impact of integrating brands into TV shows and movies. If your company is interested in tracking your brand’s presence in media, visit. This service provides detailed insights on where and how long your product was visible, complete with timestamps and screenshots of each product placement instance.